Once known as the Khmer Empire, modern day Cambodia is a prime example of duality of cultures. Densely populated in some areas (Cambodia is the 70th most populous country on earth), the jungle is still thick and wild in most parts of the country and is home to 30 tribes of hill people. While the majority of the big cities are bustling metropolises with powerful economies, that is pretty much just for the tourists and business entrepreneurs. In-fact, most of the population is so devout in their particular religions (Therevada Buddhism is the most popular, followed by Hinduism and Islam) that most of the daily activities and toils directly refer to a responsibility to the citizens’ religious duties.
The stunning beauty of Cambodia is what draws hordes of travelers to the country every year… Religious beauty, spiritual beauty, cultural beauty, and natural beauty.